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Manufacturer's Product Description

Enigma 825

Design
Shoichi Uchiyama

Key features
- Emits glare-free lighting to large rooms via its innovative yet simplistic form – Shades allow ample light into a space. – Hair thin aluminum wires hold the shades perfectly horizontal, while creating the illusion of a floating luminaire – Light source is housed in the cone and is not visible from any angle – Injection-molded shades form a beautiful shape and the matte finishing of the upper side highlights the beauty of texture

Concept
Enigma 825 is able to provide high ceiling spaces with a soft and distinct illumination. The design of the 7 shades ensures that the shades are evenly lit and the light is equally evenly diffused. The bottom shade is designed as a disc that completes this glare free fixture.

Finish
Aluminum, brushed & naturally anodized. Matte acrylic.

Story behind the product
As a guideline for interior lighting it was determined to concentrate on the using of soft light through indirect lighting rather than direct illumination. Through adjusting the light levels for indirect lighting on walls and ceilings you will optain a variety of degrees of brightness and as result enhance the three-dimensional effect of space and objects. Enigma found its inspiration in Japanese lighting culture and shares the lighting philosophy of glare-free, comfortable light with all other fixtures from Louis Poulsen. Enigma 825 was the first draft delivered by the japanese lighting designer Shoichi Uchiyama.

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